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Bloody Sin

Italy 2011
produced by
Filmon Aggujaro, Daniele Panizza (supervising) for Film On
directed by Domiziano Cristopharo
starring Lorenzo Balducci, Nancy de Lucia, Roberta Gemma, Dallas Walker, Daniel Baldock, Clio Evans, Mauro Stroppa, Guendaline Tambellini, Simone Fucci, Leo Mutant Squad, Ruggero Deodato, Venantino Venantini, Ari Levanael, Andonella Salvucci, Elda Alvigini, Andrea Beretta, Maria Rosaria Omaggio
story by Domiziano Cristopharo, Nancy de Lucia, screenplay by Filippo Luciano Santaniello, music by Kristian Sensini, special effects makeup by Domiziano Cristopharo

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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To save a flagging man's mag, an American photo team (Lorenzo Balducci, Nancy de Lucia, Roberta Gemma, Clio Evans, Daniel Baldock) go to Italy to do an erotic torture shoot in an authentic castle. They are greeted by lord of the castle Mr Fischer (Dallas Walker), who seems to be a tad eccentric, and his mother (Elda Alvigini), who seems to be quite insane. Mr Fischer takes special interest in production assistant Helen (de Lucia), but at first this seems harmless, as she seems to only remind him of a lost love ...

Our motley crew finds out more about the castle they're staying at, like that it was used as a torture chamber by the inquisition, and the Nazis - first and foremost Fischer's own uncle - performed evil experiments on human specimens here as well, plus legend has it that the place is built on one of the Seven Gates of Hell, and this knowledge sure enough makes all of our heroes rest uneasy the first night ... but troubles really start the second day at the castle, when they give the castle a good lookover, and one of them, the photographer (Balducci), ends up dead - killed apparently. And in the commotion that causes, Helen is abducted by Mr Fischer, who wants to turn her into his old love - and things only get out of hands from here on, but not the way you'd expect ...


Bloody Sin might not be the greatest or most refined films of them all, granted, but it's a reminder why we liked Italian horror flicks so much back in the day: The movie's based on a wild concept, it moves at a steady pace, there are plenty of well-placed gore sequences, it does feature some very pretty women, and there's quite a bit of nudity - in short, it's a fun little film, maybe not all that intellectually challenging, but totally enjoyable ... so do enjoy!!!


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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